I wouldn't necessarily model your reenactment group after this bunch, but you get the idea. This is my platoon in the FRG around 1988.
On a side note, at least you don't have to have a lot of people. We were always short. If you count my platoon, you will see that I had 22 troops available at the time. 12 of those are dedicated to the Bradleys, so you basically had about 10 dismounted soldiers for the platoon.
Don't forget all of the field prep time and recovery time. I figure we spent about 9 months out of the year either preparing for, being in or recovering from the field. However we got to see some of the greatest tourist areas in Germany; Hohenfels, Wildflecken, Graf!
Does anyone remember the accident on the thermal range in Graf(?) around 1988-89 (?) involving a tank and a Bradley. The Brad crossed into a live fire exercise and was engaged as a target? I had a medic tell me a story of this and I am trying to figure out if it really happened.